Illustrator Noma Bar produces iconic illustrated cover for Positive News magazine, as part of its perspective-shifting approach
The Great Green Garden was set up by volunteers to provide fresh locally grown produce for people in South Nottinghamshire
Shanna Jones explores the growing interest in flightless travel and discovers an online community committed to reducing the impact of air travel
A pioneering Arabic radio station, run for and by women, went live earlier this year in Palestine
Clare Harvey, internationally known author of authoritative books on Flower Essences now has a comprehensive website where you can buy the essences and find books on how to use them.
iCymru is a new wireless internet space launched by Robert Geary, IT visionary, who saw the potential of using PC-like capabilities of the Smartphone and WiFi to obtain information on the move.
Carbusters Magazine is published four times a year by the World CarfreeNetwork and produced by an international activist team in Prague, CzechRepublic.
Urban Allotments is a new on-line community to support and informpeople wanting to get involved in their new venture for growingvegetables in small spaces.
The British Youth Council believes that young people should have the right to representation
Positive News has set up a group on the social networking site, Facebook, to raise awareness and create an online network of people sharing positive news.
The National Trust's You, Me & The Climate project is looking foryoung people aged 16-19 from across England, Wales and Northern Irelandto take on the challenge, and become Climateers in 2009.
This year's theme is Youth and Climate Change ñ Time for Action the day is coordinated by Youth at The United Nations.
The Big Green Idea is a new charity set up to show people that sustainable living can be really easy, great fun, healthy and inexpensive.
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